Biased random-to-top shuffling

@inproceedings{Jonasson2005BiasedRS,
  title={Biased random-to-top shuffling},
  author={Johan Jonasson},
  year={2005}
}
Recently Wilson [Ann. Appl. Probab. 14 (2004) 274–325] introduced an important new technique for lower bounding the mixing time of a Markov chain. In this paper we extend Wilson’s technique to find lower bounds of the correct order for card shuffling Markov chains where at each time step a random card is picked and put at the top of the deck. Two classes of such shuffles are addressed, one where the probability that a given card is picked at a given time step depends on its identity, the so… CONTINUE READING

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